While names like liposuction or breast augmentation are well known, other less common procedures are apparently making their way into the plastic surgery industry.
According to the latest International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) report , such procedures as labiaplasty or vaginal tightening are among the fastest growing practices in the world.
Here’s our list of eight plastic surgery procedures that more and more people are lining up to take.
Endurance and high-intensity interval training are the key to aging gracefully, according to new research.
A study published Tuesday in the European Heart Journal found that exercises such as running, swimming and biking are better for aging than strength training with weights.
Revance Therapeutics Inc, a Newark, Calif-based developer of neuromodulators for the treatment of aesthetic and therapeutic conditions, announces two pieces of company news regarding RT002.
RT002 is the Newark, Calif-based company’s long-acting neuromodulator DaxibotulinumtoxinA for Injection.
First, Revance shares SAKURA Phase 3 study results of RT002.
And second, the company announces it has entered into a license agreement with Fosun Pharma to market RT002 in China.
For more information, visit Revance Therapeutics Inc.
[Source(s): Revance Therapeutics Inc, Business Wire]
RealSelf, an online marketplace to help people learn about cosmetic treatments and connect with doctors and other clinicians, reveals the latest annual trends related to consumer interest in elective cosmetic treatments. The RealSelf 2018 Aesthetics Trend Report was compiled by analyzing user behavior trends from U.S. consumers researching on RealSelf during 2018.
RealSelf analysts and medical experts have also released what they predict will be big trends in 2019.
To read the full press release about the 2018 Aesthetics Trend Report and the 2019 Aesthetics Watch list, visit www.prnewswire.com.
Following the death of his fiancé Laura Avila, who suffered severe brain damage after seeking plastic surgery in Mexico last month, Enrique Cruz is seeking legal action against the doctors responsible.
Avila, a 36-year-old woman from Dallas, Texas, was put on life support earlier this month after her family claims doctors at Rino Center in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, allegedly placed anesthesia incorrectly in her spine before a procedure at the end of October.
Gender inequality and the global #MeToo movement have fueled “Escape the Corset,” a campaign to cast off the country’s rigid beauty standards.
Inspired in part by the global #MeToo movement, which has shaken up politics and society in South Korea’s deeply patriarchal culture, the women are challenging long-accepted attitudes about plastic surgery and cosmetics in one of the world’s most beauty-obsessed capitals.
Saving money can be a beautiful thing — and the holiday season brings sales galore. But if you’re browsing for discounts on aesthetic procedures, be sure to shop smart.
If you’re looking to splurge on yourself, this could the best time to shop around. We asked Healthline’s aesthetics advisory board for their expert opinions on Black Friday — and everyday — beauty deals.
Designer vagina involves the use of micro-laser technology to make the vagina tighter and small. It removes fats and wrinkles to make the skin around the labia smooth.
Labiaplasty or labia reduction is now the fastest growing beauty enhancement in the world. The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery record shows that the number of operations grows 32 percent year on year.
Billed as a non-invasive alternative to liposuction, CoolSculpting continues to be a go to treatment for A-listers who want results, but don’t want to have scars or spend time recovering from surgery.
CoolSculpting helps to reshape your body by freezing unwanted fatty deposits beneath the skin (think love handles and belly fat). Targeted fat cells die and are eliminated via the body’s natural processes.
Here are four reasons why CoolSculpting could be your favorite beauty treatment this summer.
Sometimes, complications arise during even the most innocuous procedures. Recently, a Texas resident suffered major brain damage while under anesthesia for plastic surgery in Jaurez, Mexico—and the reason is terrifying.
Laura Avila, 36, traveled to Mexico to get a rhinoplasty operation and breast implant replacement on the morning of October 30.